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KES Community Issue 13

Old Edwardian receives England Rugby call-up

Old Edwardian Paolo Odogwu (2013) has been named in England’s Six Nations squad. Find out more about Paolo’s rugby career and England call-up.


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Friday Afternoon Challenge

Author: Rohan Galappathie

Rohan Galappathie writes about his experience of completing the Friday Afternoon Challenge and possibly being the first boy in school to do so.


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School Captain’s thought of the week

Author: Jimmy Yuan

Jimmy Yuan, School Captain, writes about focusing on what we can control to support ourselves and our communities during lockdown.


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Ed Talks

The Development Office provides some lockdown listening for the KES Community with a series of podcasts from notable OEs including Richard Wolffe, US columnist for The Guardian, and Lee Child, author of the Jack Reacher series.


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Amnesty International Society

Author: Azed Bhatti and Nikash Chekuri

Azed and Nikash encourage pupils to join the Society and take a stand about issues that should affect us all.


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Child food poverty

Author: Nikash Chekuri and Azed Bhatti

Youth Ambassadors for People Against Poverty, Nikash and Azed, will be lobbying government to take action against food poverty.


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Help for Heroes fundraiser

Author: Thomas Hewitson

Thomas Hewitson gives details of the latest lockdown fundraiser, with all donations going to Help for Heroes.


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Food bank continues

Author: Kaushik Sankar

The KES food bank continues to run during lockdown and is seeking donations.


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Health and wellbeing

Author: Daniel Painter

Daniel Painter writes about how we can take care of our physical and mental health during lockdown.


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Elements magazine

Author: Yash Suribhatla

Yash Suribhatla writes about the launch of a new school STEM magazine, Elements.


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Digital poverty

Author: Esey Abreham

Esey Abreham writes about the digital divide and what we can do to address it.


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Hygiene poverty

KES and KEHS pupils are walking 500 miles to raise funds to tackle hygiene poverty.


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KES winter wonderland

The snow has provided a change of scenery recently. View snowy images of the campus and see how pupils have been using the snow creatively.


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KES: the new cycle school?

Author: Azed Bhatti

Azed Bhatti encourages pupils and staff to consider cycling to school.




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